USA: CloseOutNow.com Expands Global Markets
CloseOutNow.com, a privately held B2B online auction site specialising in the global distribution of excess apparel, accessories, footwear and fine jewelry, has expanded its global reach in Europe, the Far East, and Latin America, and is poised to expand into the Middle East. In recent months the company has established a major fashion presence in Italy, Spain, Japan, Taiwan, Korea, China, and Brazil, with plans to expand its global presence in the next few weeks into the Middle East. In Italy 25 manufacturers have signed agreements with CloseOutNow.com. In addition, 73 manufacturers in Latin American countries, 65 in China, and 242 in Korea have signed with the company as the exclusive distributor of excess inventory. "We are pleased with the overwhelming response from manufacturers overseas," said Peter Tala, Vice President for International Alliances at
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